Admission and Records Office

Adding and Dropping Classes


We encourage you to have your class schedule finalized by the first day of classes. In the event you need to add or drop a class after school starts, you may do so through MYCSI or by submitting an add/drop form to the Admissions & Records Office. You may also send an email to records@csi.edu, but be sure to include your Name, ID number, class and section, and requested term. Please send the email from you CSI EagleMail account.

Example:
From: janeeagle@eaglemail.csi.edu
Sent: Friday, June 03, 2011 12:48 PM
To: Records@csi.edu
Subject: Jane Eagle Adding Class

My name is Jane Eagle, ID # 123456. 
I would like to add MATH123 C01 for the fall 2011 semester. 

Thank you.
Jane Eagle

The add/drop period closes at 5pm on Friday of the first week of each semester.

Auditing a Class

If you decide you do not want to receive credit for a class you are taking, you have the option to Audit. Submit an add form with the box for “audit” checked to the Admissions & Records Office. You may also send an email to records@csi.edu, but be sure to include your Name, ID number, class and section, and requested term. Please send the email from you CSI EagleMail account.

Example:
From: janeeagle@eaglemail.csi.edu
Sent: Friday, June 03, 2011 12:48 PM
To: Records@csi.edu
Subject: Jane Eagle Auditing Class

My name is Jane Eagle, ID # 123456.  I would like to audit MATH123 C01 for the fall 2011 semester.  Thank you.
Jane Eagle

The deadline to audit a class is 5pm Friday of the first week of the semester.

Withdrawing Classes

After the first Friday of the semester you may withdraw from a class or classes (you may do so up until 75% of the class has elapsed). You will need to submit an add/drop form the Admissions & Records Office. You will receive a ‘W’ as the grade, and will not be issued a refund. For specific dates, please see the Academic Calendar

Completely Withdrawing from the Semester

If you decide after the first Friday of the semester that you want to withdraw from all of your classes, you will need to submit a Complete Withdraw after having it signed by the Financial Aid Office. Students who are anticipating or have received financial aid for the semester will be directed to a financial aid advisor for exit counseling to ensure they complete requirements. Students who are not receiving aid must also have the form signed for verification purposes. After the form has been signed, submit to the Admissions & Records Office for processing. When you decide to return, we will be here to help you!